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Louvre Abu Dhabi Prepares to Unveil Itself to the World

Louvre Abu Dhabi Prepares to Unveil Itself to the World

FINE ARTS | By Jon Gambrell | Nov 7
Stepping into the Louvre Abu Dhabi, one of the first artworks a visitor sees is a two-headed Neolithic statue from Jordan, one of the oldest known in human history.

New Mexico: Balloon Rides, Natural Wonders, Georgia O'Keeffe

New Mexico: Balloon Rides, Natural Wonders, Georgia O'Keeffe

By Amir Bibawy | Nov 6
A visit to New Mexico offers stunning natural wonders amid wide expanses of desert and mountains.

Strasbourg: Double Identity on the French-German Border

Strasbourg: Double Identity on the French-German Border

By Albert Stumm | Nov 1
Strasbourg is the capital of France's Alsace region and just a two-hour train ride from Paris. But it's also just 2 miles (3 km) from the border of Germany, and a popular port call for cruises down the Rhine River.

Explore Wine Country in Virginia's Scenic Shenandoah Valley

Explore Wine Country in Virginia's Scenic Shenandoah Valley

FOOD/DRINK | By Sally Carpenter Hale | Oct 31
Thomas Jefferson may have been the first winemaker in Virginia, but it took another 200 years for the industry to blossom in the state. Today, with 300 wineries, Virginia is the fifth-largest wine region in the United States.

Tips for Air Travel: How to Find Deals & When to Book

Tips for Air Travel: How to Find Deals & When to Book

By Beth J. Harpaz | Oct 27
Booking air travel is stressful. How far in advance should you book? Did you get the best fare?

Fright Night: 13 Haunted Historic Hotels

Fright Night: 13 Haunted Historic Hotels

By EDGE | Oct 21
Many of the country's most legendary hotels are also reported to have some spirited guests who continue to roam the halls long after they should have checked out.

Virginia Creeper Trail Invites Bikers to Take it Easy

Virginia Creeper Trail Invites Bikers to Take it Easy

By Karen Testa | Oct 20
It was an invitation even teenagers who had hoped to be watching college football or playing video games couldn't resist: a mountain bike ride - all downhill.

One of the World's Most Remote Islands Gets Commercial Flights

One of the World's Most Remote Islands Gets Commercial Flights

By Christopher Torchia | Oct 16
One of the world's most remote places became a little less isolated on Saturday when the first commercial flight arrived in St. Helena, a South Atlantic island.

Caribbean Vacation Advice During Hurricane Recovery Mode

Caribbean Vacation Advice During Hurricane Recovery Mode

By Beth J. Harpaz | Oct 11
Here are some recommendations from a couple of travel experts about other spots you might consider if you had your heart set on an island destination that's now off-limits, but you're still hoping for sun, sand and sea.

Hot Weather Dulls Fall Foliage Season

Hot Weather Dulls Fall Foliage Season

By Wilson Ring | Oct 10
The muted colors have come in a year in which experts had predicted the cool, wet summer would produce spectacular October foliage. But the summer was followed by a hot, dry September that kept the leaves producing the chlorophyll that keeps them green.

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